Orbis (journal)

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Orbis  
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Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Orbis
Discipline International relations
Language English
Edited by Mackubin Thomas Owens
Publication details
Publisher
Elsevier on behalf of the Foreign Policy Research Institute (United States)
Publication history
1957–present
Frequency Quarterly
Indexing
ISSN 0030-4387
LCCN 58004080
OCLC no. 01761361
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Orbis is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal on international relations and the foreign policy of the United States. It is published by Elsevier on behalf of the Foreign Policy Research Institute. Orbis was established by Robert Strausz-Hupé in response to his dissatisfaction with the Council on Foreign Relations' Foreign Affairs, in which he never published an article.[1] Strausz-Hupé edited the journal himself from its first issue in 1957 until 1969,[2] when he was succeeded by William R. Kintner.

The journal is edited by Mackubin Thomas Owens (Naval War College). Other recent editors include James Kurth (Swarthmore College, 2005–2007), David Eisenhower (University of Pennsylvania, 2001–2004), and Walter A. McDougall (University of Pennsylvania, 1995–2001).[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sicherman, Harvey (Spring 2003). "Robert Strausz-Hupé: His Life and Times". Orbis 47 (2). 
  2. ^ John T. Woolley and Gerhard Peters (June 19, 1981). "Nomination of Robert Strausz-Hupe To Be United States Ambassador to Turkey". The American Presidency Project: Ronald Reagan. Santa Barbara, CA: University of California (hosted), Gerhard Peters (database). 
  3. ^ "Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs". 

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